Don't-Miss Headphone Stories
Sennheiser delivers with its PX 210 BT Bluetooth headphone set.
The first foray into headphones by Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) is an impressive one. Few truly portable headphones offer the sound quality, build quality, comfort, and features of the P5. Those with big heads, though, should try before they buy.
Although it works for listening to music wirelessly, the Jaybird Freedom Bluetooth JB-200 provides tinny sound and an awkward design.
The Jaybird Sportsband Bluetooth SB1 is comfortable and tight enough not to slip off your ears no matter how strenuous your workout.
If you're looking for a new headset -- headphones with a microphone and inline controller -- for your iPhone or iPod, we take a look at 11 models in our latest roundup.
The In-Ear Headphones are comfortable, fit well, and provide a great overall sound. Though other models may feature subjectively better bass, few match the design.
The Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Wireless Headset is not just for WoW players.
While looks and features are just fine, the IDR650m earphones aren’t quite the sound investment the price might suggest, though you can find them significantly discounted online.
Most headphones for use while you're out and about are in-ear models, but the HA-S650 offers an over-ear headband design.
JBL's Reference 430 headphones are more flashy than fabulous.
The Sennheiser CX 200 Street II earphones offer a way to buy into a quality brand without breaking the bank.
Kerio Mail Serveris an e-mail, calendaring, contact, and to-do server that runs on three versions of the Mac OS.
Good but not exceptional budget-priced earphones.